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The United States presidential election of 1868 was the 21st qu...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1868 was the 21st quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, 1868. It was the first presidential election to take place after the American Civil War, during the period referred to as Reconstruction. As three of the former Confederate states (Texas, Mississippi, and Virginia) were not yet restored to the Union, their electors could not vote in the election.
united states presidential election, 1868

EDN Bicentennial Series: Effingham County and Civil War

Effingham Daily News - 14 Oct 2018
In April of 1861, two political leaders issued calls for help from citizens: First, President Lincoln issued his call: “WHEREAS, The laws of the United States have been and are opposed in several states by combinations too powerful to be suppressed in ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Tennessee Governors & the Path to the US Senate, III

The knoxville focus - 14 Oct 2018
Governor Andrew Johnson easily overcame the powerful opposition of the Whig Party in Tennessee, as well as the more conservative elements in his own Democratic Party to win election to the United States Senate in 1857. Nor was Andrew Johnson satisfied ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Sunbelt Ag Expo kicks off in Moultrie

WFXL FOX 31 - 17 Oct 2018
Chip Blalock, Executive Director of the expo says this expo affects everyone in the community. "The University of Georgia did an economic ...
united states presidential election, 1868

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY: NYC mayor campaigns for Seymour in Utica

The Times Telegram - 16 Oct 2018
Thousands of immigrants in New York City were fraudulently naturalized as American citizens by judges hand-picked by Tammany Hall and told to vote for Hoffman. Utica's U.S. Sen. Roscoe Conkling said Hoffman won because of the “many thousands of ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Republicans urge voters to 'Keep America Great'

Booneville Democrat - 16 Oct 2018
Hutchinson said Arkansas is enjoying record low unemployment, as well as 70,000 more jobs overall since he took office, adding that U.S. Senate's confirmation of President's Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court two days ...
united states presidential election, 1868

David P. Schippers, 88, House Counsel in Clinton Impeachment, Dies

New York Times - 03 Oct 2018
David P. Schippers Jr., who served as chief investigative counsel for the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in 1998, died on Friday at his home in Grayslake, Ill. He was 88. His son Judge Thomas Schippers said ...
united states presidential election, 1868

NYC mayor campaigns for Seymour in Utica

The Times Telegram - 16 Oct 2018
John T. Hoffman, mayor of New York City and a man with close ties to William “Boss” Tweed and his powerful, influential Democratic Party machine called Tammany Hall, arrives in Utica to speak in support of Horatio Seymour, the Utican who is running for ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Convention drama is hardly an 'unconventional' part of US history

KERA News - 02 Oct 2018
It's the final countdown until the Republican Party chooses its candidate for President of the United States and, even with a running mate named, it feels like a lot is still up in the air. Will the GOP rally behind their divisive frontrunner? Will a ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Why Two Chefs in Small-Town Utah Are Battling President Trump

The New Yorker - 24 Sep 2018
Which is why, in addition to serving apple-poblano pork chops and garlic-scape pesto and elk posole with cotija cheese seven days a week, the owners of Hell's Backbone Grill have become entangled in an epic battle with the President of the United ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Bungled presidencies in run-up to Civil War: Lessons for today

Orlando Sentinel - 12 Oct 2018
When the South began to secede after Lincoln's election, Buchanan wrote: "I am the last President of the United States." And he was wrong again when he indicated just before his death in 1868: "History will vindicate my memory from every unjust ...
united states presidential election, 1868

A crisis for voting rights

The Boston Globe - 27 Sep 2018
For a century, the Constitution explicitly guaranteed black voters' right to take part in elections, but states across the South kept them out anyway. ...
united states presidential election, 1868

Heidi Heitkamp, Lisa Murkowski put principles above politics

Boston Herald - 09 Oct 2018
If there is a sliver of a silver lining in the spectacle of President Trump's most recent debasement of our national institutions and that of the Republican senators who have damaged the country by joining him, it is in the examples of Sens. Heidi ...

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